No. 15: The Identification and Referral of Trafficked Persons to Procedures for Determining International Protection Needs

The Child’s Right to Respect

No. 13: Female Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in France

Unaccompanied minor refugees and the protection of their socio-economic rights under human rights law

The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the promotion and protection of refugees’ rights

No. 15: The Identification and Referral of Trafficked Persons to Procedures for Determining International Protection Needs

The development of a fledgling child rights jurisprudence in Eastern and Southern Africa based on international and regional instruments

Out of the starting blocks: The 12th and 13th sessions of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child

Engendering socio-economic rights

No. 14: Displacement, Statelessness and Questions of Gender Equality under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women

The SADC Protocol on Gender and Development: Duplication or complementarity of the African Union Protocol on Women’s Rights?

The practice on the right to freedom of political participation in Tanzania

A tale of two federations: Comparing language rights in South Africa and Ethiopia

Enforcement of fundamental rights and the standing rules under the Nigerian Constitution: A need for a more liberal provision

Defending human rights and the rule of law by the SADC Tribunal: Campbell and beyond

The role of the judiciary in the promotion of democracy in Uganda

Public declaration of assets in Nigeria: Conflict or synergy between law and morality?

Towards the adoption of guidelines for state reporting under the African Union Protocol on Women’s Rights: A review of the Pretoria Gender Expert Meeting, 6-7 August 2009

The right to participate in the government of one’s country: An analysis of article 13 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights in the light of Kenya’s 2007 political crisis

Developments in international criminal justice in Africa during 2008